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"camp office" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Of course. India's all into this. He's swooning all. Oh, so we picked him up. We get a carry, You know, a couple of us put them and we carried him to a campsite. We laid him on the table. We're trying to figure out what to do with him is how he's been bit by a rabid snipe we got. We got to get a doctor. We got to get a doctor. Well, here it goes. Curtis Now Curtis was the smallest of the scouts at the time, and he was younger. He was quick. Curses. I'll get a doctor and boom. He was gone running as fast as he could down the dirt road towards the camp office. I thought all my goodness, he's gonna go out there and he's gonna have to call 911. So I am running on liking myself down the road chasing this little fella and runs Into the camp office and he comes. Those in that yells. A few things comes flying out and that I have said, come back and help out and I ran in office. And there's Robert Robin Ray, who was the camp director, and he slept in the office. He had a A bunk in there, and he's standing is underwear about half asleep, picking up the phone looking at me like what's going on? I've got a I've got a uninterested out What happened? Says Robert Robin, don't worry about it. Go back to sleep. I'll tell you about the morning. There's no problem. Just go back to sleep. Ready. Crawl back in the bed. S so I headed back down to the campsite. And Curtis is better saying, you know the medicals on the way Indians still of India's playing it up, you know, he he's talking deliriously. He's asking for his mother. He he sees his dead grandfather. He's doing all sorts of stuff, and Robert is just dancing around, and Greg Craig knows what's going on by now. But Greg is not saying anything. Finally we said, Okay, you know, it's just It's just take a break. I said guys, we pulled a joke on you. I said, you know, we've reported joke. 20 cars pulled a joke on you. I said, you know, there's no such thing is, you know this isn't real. There's no purple snipe. Worry about it. It's not a problem and everybody kind of Ha ha Last little bit if he sits up, got a big grand Robert looks us straight isn't narrow, he says. I knew you guys were good for the whole time because this is not how you really had tonight. I know because my dad has been sniping and he's told me and we've got pictures in the album on our Table, huh? Priceless. Priceless and you've been listening to Jamie Scott tell the story of the toll achy snipe hunt. Camp toll achy Georgia and the Boy Scouts will what memories for so many millions of men, young men boys coming upon some hard times for Some things that have happened that people have read about in the press. But what an organization and what good they've done across this great country and hopefully they can survive their recent problems. And Jamie Scott, what a storyteller, retired Navy submariner from 1981 to 1996. And killing a lot of time underwater. You develop an appetite for practical jokes and for storytelling. There's a lot of time to kill if your supper a lot of work to do, too, but a lot of time to kill. And again we're looking for your story sent him to AL American stories. This is another classic listener.
"camp office" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"May upgrade provisions of the law at idea requirements for absentee ballots, limits the use of ballot drop boxes and curves who was allowed to hand out food or water to voters waiting in line charity. Halpern Fox News, the attorney for Park Cannon, the Georgia State rap, charged with two felonies after she knocked on Governor Brian Camps office door while he was on live TV talking about the new law. Says the charges of obstruction of law enforcement and disruption of the General Assembly are an overreach. She was released from jail late yesterday during the White House Covert response teams Weekly update on progress in fighting the virus. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says she's concerned about the trajectory in the number of cases we have seen cases and hospital admissions move from historic declines to state nations. Increases and we know from prior surges that if we don't control things, now there is a real potential for the epidemic curve. Just sore again. The seven day rolling average for daily new cases in the U. S increased over the past two weeks from over 55,500 on March 11th two over 58,600 yesterday, according to Johns Hopkins University. Celebrated Children's author Beverly Cleary, You gave us the characters of Ramona Visas. Quimby and Henry Huggins has died. She was 104. America is listening to Fox News. The Bible is under attack Last year, California's governor even tried to ban private Bible study groups. Now Greg Kelly reports investigates the movement to ban the Bible..
"camp office" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"He's driven a school bus in L A. For 30 years. Miss work. I love my job. I loved the people I work with, But I understand why we can't be at work by then. Is it just across five states More than 2000 students, Teachers and school employees have been quarantined after hundreds tested positive for the Corona virus at the start of the school year that includes nearly 1200 people quarantined in the Cherokee County school district outside Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday, Georges Republican governor Brian Kemp Drop the lawsuit seeking to revoke a citywide mask mandate imposed by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Camps office said the governor would instead issue a new executive order allowing private businesses to opt out of mask mandates. On Tuesday, Georgia recorded 137 Covad deaths, its highest daily death toll since the start of the pandemic, and Georgia continues to confirm thousands of new cases each day. In Delaware presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden Thursday called for a nationwide mask mandate. Biden's call came this. Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said U. S residents must adopt public health measures or face it's worse fall for public health in history. Wear a mask, social distance, wash your hands and be smart about crowds. You do those four things that will bring this outbreak down. But if we don't do that, as I said that last April This could be the worst fall. A public health perspective we've ever had. Meanwhile, Republican leaders have adjourned the Senate until after the Labor Day holiday after failing to reach agreement with House Democrats in a new Corona virus stimulus bill for months, Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted in response quote during the worst economic crisis since the 19 thirties. Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans think they can take a long vacation, while millions of Americans face hunger and eviction that is morally obscene. Bernie Sanders tweeted India reported more than 60,000 new Corona virus cases for the third consecutive day at the largest.
"camp office" Discussed on Full Stack Radio
"The first thing that I'd be curious to know which. Is kind of ten generally related. But when I came to the workshop that you guys, base came, I was sort of surprised that the way that you presented the tool. It was not. The way it had sort of been pitched to me over the years like I. Always Thought of Basecamp is like a client team. Communication Project Management Tool which I think is absolutely how it started, and that was the problem. You're song for yourself in the beginning <hes>, but watching you kind of walk through the product at the workshop seemed much more like a like a remote company hub than it did like project management to like it seemed like you. This is the company. Is this online? Portal where everything happens, and you used it for a lot of stuff that just was not what I had in the picture of my in the picture in my mind about what basecamp was supposed to be. I'm so I, a little bit curious to like. How you sort of tell the story of like the evolution of base camp from solving the initial problem that you had which I think was much more around communicating with clients and how that got to where you are today which I feel very different product, even though it can be used to solve a lot of the same problems. Yes so. In my opinion, running a company and managing projects the same thing. <hes>. Company is a collection of projects. It's a collection of people <hes>. All work needs to be organized into orderly needs to be predictable. All those things and I think it needs to be in one place need is a strong word, but okay. I use it like it kind of needs to be one place otherwise like stuff is everywhere. Everyone knows what that's like. And that's in fact why we built base camp originally because back in two thousand and four when we built, we built it in two thousand three. We were running projects for clients and stuff was everywhere like. had stuff in my email David stuff in his email. Ryan had stuff in his email. <hes> I use the calendar thing they use account like stuff was everywhere. The client feedback was maybe in in my inbox and not David David couldn't see what I talked to the client about so stuff's everywhere in this happens today to not with us, but like project management in general scattered across tools. Some people use this tool in some people use that tool and some. Some people use slack for communication. They used your for project, management or task. Whatever? Task Management or they use Asana or they use both Asana and Jira the engineering team uses Jira the other people use. This is no way to run things because it's a mess still. So. We've we've always decided to build what we need and back? When we launched Basecamp, we were a client services firm, so it was primarily around communicating communicating with clients, keeping feedback on the record, and making sure everybody internally knew what was going on, and we had one central stored. Shared, basically center of truth for everybody involved in a project, and that's still true today. We just don't work with clients anymore. We work with ourselves, but so the spirit of the product is the same, but the execution has definitely changed based on. You know a little bit around our needs, which is kind of how we've always built things, which is what do we need? What do we know <hes> and we put something out there and we try to find other people or other companies like us was similar in similar situations who are looking for something that we were also looking for? And so while the client features based, can today are probably better than they've ever been? We don't use them as much US occasionally, but we them as much as we used sort of the h q piece of. The the remote hub part of it. Yeah, awesome I think it's kind of <hes>. I came away from that workshop. Thinking like basecamp seems like the ultimate tool for remote teams, but at the time the positioning wasn't really is focused on remote at the at the time, but now with all the coronavirus coronavirus covid nineteen stuff happening I noticed that you guys did make some changes to the marketing copy and stuff to really sort of double down on like Hey, we're all going to remote. We've been doing this for years. Believe us. This is the best tool to run it. How's that been working out? What's it's interesting because. We've been doing this basecamp thing for seventeen years now basic almost seventeen years, and we still struggle to explain what it is, and from year to year. We've explained it differently. And sometimes it takes something to jolt you into. A certain degree of clarity that maybe you didn't have before and as you saw the workshop. Because you're an outsider, you came into see. We were presenting, and you see it with fresh eyes. I can't see with fresh. Eyes are. Still, based on my two thousand four is in two thousand twelve is, and all these different is like I think we have a good sense of what the product is, but it's hard in some ways to explain what it is because it does a lot of different things, and it doesn't mean a very unique way,
Atlanta - Georgia governor closes all public schools, colleges
"Georgia there's another emergency declaration coming of governor camps office W. SP three cial rights putting life Georgia now joins several other states nationwide and shutting down schools yeah we do got several schools in the metro area already had closed down but now it's a mandate from the governor for all districts statewide governor can't making the announcement that by tomorrow all K. through twelve public schools in the entire state will be shut down to the end of the month the state school board also announcing it's suspending milestone testing and any attendance related consequences well tests like the SAT and ACT are either being canceled or postponed meanwhile some big changes as well for the state university system for the rest of the semester all course work will be conducted online and there will be no in person classes now for those kids living on campus dorms are shut down with minimal exceptions and students will receive some specific instructions as to when they're going to be allowed back to get their things I George's twenty two technical colleges well there are also closing their campuses and doing online instruction
"camp office" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Sixteen governor camps office just made it official release merely naming his appointment to the U. S. Senate and at ten AM news conference tomorrow it is without question one most important decisions of first term in office he lives with it either way number two the mystery in Conyers three bodies found inside a house or rock hill county police continue to investigate no ID or cause of death has been released and number three the next moves in the peace that investigation the house intelligence committee votes this evening to send their report to the house Judiciary Committee and that group decides whether to proceed with articles of impeachment WSB news time is seven seventeen Republican congressman pleads guilty today in California to misuse of campaign funds Jamie do pre in Washington after denying wrongdoing for over a year GOP congressman Duncan hunter told K. U. S. I. television that he will plead guilty to misusing campaign donations I think it's important not to have a public trial for three reasons in those three reasons why kids the feds say hunter used the campaign funds for everything from family vacations to private school tuition for his kids and airplane travel for Egbert their pet rabbit hunter is expected to resign you can read more on Jamie's blog WSB radio dot com the FBI offers a five million dollar bounty to arrest America's most wanted terrorist a federal indictment accuses jihad Mustapha of fighting with al Shabab in Somalia if the I has not forgotten has not stopped working and will not stop until the stuff is found FBI special agent Scott Brunner says must offer grew up in San Diego he may be the highest ranking US citizen fighting with the terror group abroad a southern rock concert tonight in Macon celebrates the rebirth of a historic recording studio in this studio decades ago Chuck Lovell with this keyboards invited to join the Allman brothers.
"camp office" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Smith into the flyers on right wing side pass into the slot for Slater cuckoo its office taken down to the corner or in ski was able to watch the puck up the right side to center ice to Scott Laughton in il don't put off the end boards in behind the hawk yeah. Dennis Gilbert with the part. hot line in in. he's friendly circle can be fired it into the top right corner past Crawford in the flyers have a one nothing lead with thirteen thirty six left in period one well Dennis Gilbert getting an opportunity to be in this game is earned an opportunity to get the chance and with Calvin behind and Conor Murphy not available to the black ox in this when he turns one over at the Blackhawks blueline again at gay goes in and he just beats Corey Crawford to the glove hand side twenty four goals last year for connecting. this is just a a tough give away for Dennis Gilbert I think that's only his second shift this season played one game at the tail end of last year against the St Louis blues so there's got to be some jitters in his game and he just made a mistake there they don't have to clean up. so one nothing in favor the flyers Cagney's goal unassisted. first goal of the hockey season for either team. that's gonna be David camp now facing off against closure at center ice century winds that are all the flyers get control again and the Duncan Keith bunch Jacob or check in front of the benches pox get the puck back go system between the circles Axum since the passing hit for David camp office taken down behind a flyer net meant this gonna it'll spin it around up the near side and it's clear through center ice down into the hot zone. Claude Giroux Duncan Keith behind the hawk noodle centered around up the last week's side down in the fire zone Jeru doubling back there to get a larger room passing it ahead now and just a brothel.
"camp office" Discussed on AP News
"Day rallies for before tomorrow's midterm elections. Hoping to rally is base enough to get out to vote. Trump's first stop was in Cleveland in Cleveland, where he won the GOP nomination two years ago. The president said there's a buzz surrounding tomorrow it electricity, which he says must translate at the polls every day. We have created energy is at stake on election day. It is saying Democrats will reverse it all if they win they will take a wrecking ball to our economy and our future either earlier described Tuesday as a must win for the GOP saying is administration's gains are fragile and must be protected. Saga megani? Washington. George Washington University political science professor, Danny Hayes, says Democrats winning the house would be the larger story than the GOP. Likely keeping its hold on the Senate, if the Democrats pick up thirty or forty seats, and it will give them a fairly substantial majority in the house of representatives. I think that's going to be the larger story, and it's going to be the thing that even a lot of Republicans will probably probably focus on because I think the Senate is probably less telling of the national mood. Democrats also have a chance to rest away some governors mansions. One of the closest fights is in Georgia between Democrats Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp. Who is currently the state secretary estate that's being in charge of elections. He accused Democrats of trying to hack into staff who's currently the state secretary estate that's being in charge of elections. He accused Democrats are trying to hack into states voter database analogous that. Drew this rebuke from Abrahams. We are not responsible. We have nothing to do with us. And I'm very sad that instead of owning up to the responsibility and honoring his commitment as secretary of state that he once again misleading Georgia. A lawyer for an election watchdog group contacted camp's office along with the Democrats and after a private citizen warned of the vulnerabilities in the system. The FBI is now investigating this is AP radio news. The weather could pose an election day problem in the southeast severe storms rolling through the wheezy, Anna toward Mississippi and points east. Roger Edwards is a meteorologist. Thank you. For listening to the.
"camp office" Discussed on 600 WREC
"NFL season concludes tonight when the Dallas Cowboys host the Tennessee titans on Monday night football. It'll be the debut in Dallas for new wide receiver Amari Cooper. Here's head coach. Jason Garrett the way we do it. Here might be a little bit different. That's part of learning and understanding the system and getting a more comprehensive in a deeper feel into an award an offensive systems all about so he's handed all that. Well, he's a really engaged guys work, very hard at it. So you know, we anticipate and plan in this ball game kickoff in Arlington will be at eight fifteen eastern. The LA chargers are set to cut Caleb Sturgis this. According to Adam Schefter, the kicker missed a number of kicks in Seattle on Sunday. Jon morosi reporting, the White Sox may be interested in bringing in both Manny Machado and Bryce Harper this off season and Miami big, man. Assan whiteside? Not gonna play against the pistons tonight. He's got a bad knee. Fox news. I'm Chris foster. President Trump's on his way to Cleveland, Ohio for the first of three campaign rallies this day before the midterm elections. He tells reporters on a conference call is the greatest moment in the history of our country after Ohio, it's Indiana. Then Missouri all events for Republicans trying to win Senate seats held by Democrats. Former President Obama tells Democrats in Virginia they're going up there. You're gonna make sure the people vote to start making things better. He spoke at a field office for Senator Tim Kaine Georgia's Republican candidate for governor and current secretary of state Brian Kemp is investigating a reported flaw in the voting system, and whether Democrats are responsible democratic nominee. Stacey Abrams says his office is intending to a security glitch. And instead of owning up to the failure and making it, right? He decided to blame Democrats. We are not responsible. We have nothing to do. With us camps office.
"camp office" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC news. Michelle franzen. It's the final blitz before the midterms in Missouri Republican Josh Holly is making his final case against Senator. Claire mccaskill our that we have been waiting for. We have been working for we have been planning for that. We've been sweating for for all of these many months. It's here now is the time to take back Missouri Senate seat for the people of Missouri and fire Claire mccaskill and in the Texas Senate, raise the vast divide in their ideology, Ted Cruz and Rourke are asking essentially the same question is the country better or worse under Donald Trump, Republican crews. Do we continue on the path where honor to we turn back democrat that Rourke whether we will remain the inspiration of the world is an open question right now ROY supporters have donated nearly forty million dollars to try to convince Texans to do something. They haven't in a quarter century elected democrat to statewide office. ABC's Jim Ryan more questions about Georgia's voter registration side, run by secretary of state Brian Kemp candidate for governor attorney David cross is already. So in camps office over voter security concerns now he says, somebody can go in and autre voters registration information effectively disenfranchised that vote or if the Kim campaign says Democrats tried to hack the site. Democrats say that's an attempt to distract voters and asked for the voters themselves cost says they should go to the by voter page to verify their information before they go to the polls. Pete combs, ABC news, Atlanta, the driver accused of hitting a group of girls scouts in. Wisconsin is due in court today, the lake Haley police department releasing the names that identities of all of the victims, including two ten year old girls a nine year old girl and a thirty two year old mother police say twenty one year old Colton true told them that he had a passenger in his pickup truck were intentionally huffing vapors just before Saturday's crash a group of fourth grade girl scouts were taking part in a community service project picking up trash along county highway p when they were struck ABC's Ryan burrow. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.
"camp office" Discussed on WSB-AM
"With Scott Slade execs, sixteen number ones. The weather's going be looming today. Spotty drizzle this morning that a slight chance of a shower tonight with a high of sixty eight election day could start stormy tomorrow. Never to reports the Norfolk Southern CEO saying that the city council fails to approve the huge gulfs development deal today. The railroad company will not be moving to take orders to Atlanta and number three in the eve of the election. Secretary state Brian Kemp, swab accusers Democrats trying to hack into the states voter registration files. Attorney David cross says he contacted Brian camp's office had the FBI after Georgia voter reached out to him with work like any person who wanted to could access registration information for any Georgia voter in not just read it, but possibly alternate camps office has offered no details rather just backup. The claims George democrat party denies the allegations. There's a meeting today with the F B I G B I in homeland security WSB news time is six seventeen state supreme court chief Justice Harris Hines dies in a single vehicle accident on I eighty five after watching his granddaughter singing a church choir at noon, Hines wife is less. Seriously. Her top solicitor General Barry Morgan tells me he learned a lot from Heinz. Everyone was an equal courtroom. And he expected that you treat everyone certainly that shaped me as a lawyer and as a prosecutor kept up plots four thirty one years, he says, even though Hinds may have sent some to prison for twenty years. He listened to them and made them fill that the process was fair. And he says you can't get much better than that Jennifer Griffiths WSB Utah's governor mourns the death of north Ogden mayor Brent Taylor in Afghanistan's is a sad day for few Taw for America. He was ambushed by members of the Afghan security forces. Who is immediately killed Taylor had taken a year long absence from office to deploy the army national guard is body arrives at Dover air force base in Delaware today. Twenty one year old hit and run suspect. Turns himself in after killing three girl scouts and a parent on the side of a rural highway in lake hallie, Wisconsin, they were picking up trash when Colton true allegedly drove off the road and struck them. A fourth girl scout survived at true faces vehicular homicide. Council is due in court today, Texas newlyweds on their way to their wedding night hotel, Diana helicopter, crash this hour. Hours after the ceremony opposed from a wedding guests read, sadly they crashed into the side of a hill about a mile from the ranch the pilot Jerry also on board. There were no survive. ABC's? Deborah Wrigley says the ESP's investigating the weekend crash outside who've all the Amazon pushes back after the Washington Post reports at subtle on a suburb of Washington DC for its highly coveted HQ to the post reports advanced negotiations are underway to locate the second headquarters in crystal city Virginia it's among the favorite contenders. Amazon exact says the league doesn't do crystal city any favors Atlanta's made the cut of twenty finalists WBZ news time.
"camp office" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Six right now. The president is in Chattanooga. Tennessee in Indiana. Former President Obama told voters that Republicans have not followed through on their promises as he focused on the Trump administration's legal challenges they promised they were gonna take on corruption Washington. Instead the. Islands to feel the football team. In georgia. Republican secretary of state Brian camp is running for governor in a very close contest with Democrats Stacey Abrams. Well, camp's office today announced it is investigating Georgia's Democratic Party following a failed attempt to hack the state's voter registration system on CNN state of the union Abrahams was asked about Kemp's claim just minutes after it had been reported. I've heard nothing about it. And I would my reaction would be that. This is a desperate attempt on the part of my opponent to distract people. From the fact that two different federal judges found him derelict in his duties in a force ten to allow absentee ballots to be counted. And those who are being held captive by the the exact match system to be allowed to vote. Many of Tuesday's political races are too close to call. But meteorologist Tom Sater says some of the weather voters will encounter is predictable seven AM election morning heavier rainfall in the Tennessee valley. So if you can you may want to wait till the afternoon period till this front moves anyone to the. The east you may want to vote earlier in the morning because this obviously is going to be moving at during the afternoon. Many people won't have to worry about the weather with all the millions of early voters..
"camp office" Discussed on KGO 810
"Right now, the president is in Chattanooga. Tennessee in Indiana. Former President Obama told voters Republicans have not followed through on their promises as he focused on the Trump administration's legal challenges they promised they were going to take on corruption in Washington. Instead they brought up enough and diamonds to feel the football team. In georgia. Republican secretary of state Brian camp is running for governor in a very close contest with Democrats Stacey Abrams. Well camps office today announced it is investigating Georgia's Democratic Party following a failed attempt to hack the state's voter registration system on CNN state of the union Abrahams was asked about Kemp's claim just minutes after it had been reported. I've heard nothing about it. And I would my reaction would be that. This is a desperate attempt on the part of my opponent to distract people. From the fact that two different federal judges found him derelict in his duties and forced him to allow absentee ballots to be counted. And those who are being held captive by the the exact match system to be allowed to vote. Many of Tuesday's political races are too close to call. But meteorologist Tom Sater says some of the weather voters will encounter is predictable seven AM election morning. Heavier rainfall in Tennessee in Ohio valley. So if you can't you may want to wait till the afternoon period till this front moves anyone to the. The east you may want to vote earlier in the morning because this obviously is going to be moving at during the afternoon. Many people won't have to worry about the weather with all the millions of early voters. I'm Evan Haning. My health is important,.
"camp office" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by zoom videoconferencing, Alison keys right now. Former President Obama is set to take the stage in Gary Indiana and later today, he'll be in Chicago trying to mobilize voters President Trump is hosting rallies in Georgia and Tennessee and has visiting eight states ahead of Tuesday's primaries. But it's all about the turnout aren't Tom Foty, two days ahead of congressional election. CBS polling leads our elections. And polling director Anthony Salvato to believe the Democrats go into Tuesday in position to take control. Even if narrowly with a big if attached the Democrats are highly dependent on people who say that they have not voted in midterms before that's going to be about twenty percent of their vote. And if they don't show up Salvador notes the polling is tight enough. So that Republicans could then hold control of the house. He was on face the nation. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. Some thirty million people have already voted suddenly in Georgia secretary of state. Brian camps office is investigating the state's Democratic Party saying it tried to hack into a voter registration database. He's the Republican running for governor against Democrats Stacey Abrams. She tells CNN is part of a nationwide system of voter suppression. That will not work in this election. She's seeking to become the nation's first black female governor. Greg blue stain at the Atlanta Journal constitution says voters there are engaged. Twenty one counties that have already exceeded their entire two thousand fifteen vote total early but allowance for that glimpse of energy and enthusiasm behind his boat. Iran state media says millions turned out there to rally against America. Chanting death to the US. This is President Trump prepares to restore sanctions against Iran after backing out of the international nuclear deal with Iran. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo tells CBS's Face the nation the whole world understands that these sanctions are real that. They are important that they'd stop Iran from having the wealth in money that they need to continue. To foment terror around the world, there's celebration in New York City after the annual marathon today, it.
"camp office" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Democrats and progressive. Because she is actually being the night the FBI investigation here. Women tear enough even on the local level. Now that are still set about what is going on in Washington DC, we have elections going on here in Alabama and across the country from governors races down valid for women are coming into our campaign offices, and they're excited to involve because they understand now that we need to get involved on every level of government and elect progressive on every level of government. So we can thought what's going on in Washington DC as well for progresses. I'm excited that I see energy and people mouth understanding how valuable that's the point corn appointment, he is we thought Republicans left that the plane court opening President Obama's appointment or a whole year with no urgent now. Grandsons and women are saying, you know, what it does matter who we have in these congressional seats to make these types of lifetime appointments. And so as a woman as an African American as as a progressive democrat. I think it's a win for us across the board. I don't think for those people who want to support Cavanaugh Dr four testimony is going to be is going to be anything to them. They faded decision dug. And now we have to capitalize on that. Progressive. Charles into do you think anything is breaking into the? The white women's obsessive commitment to Trump. Rica. Oh, you said before you go. When I talked about as far people come. Southern white women who have been obsessed with Trump. I mean blind. So anything breaking breaking then it all now. Well, the ones that are obsessed the ones that are there's nothing like that Trump himself even said, you know, he could shoot someone in the middle of the street, and they still support him that group of you know, twice is not going to change. But those women who were Republican women who are Republican women and independent who supported him. They're changing again, we're seeing independent comment to our camping office. But I want to add this to not just women that compassionate conservative that we used to have that with male. I see a change in their heart is as well yesterday. With keynote speaker at a compliment. And I talked about us being in the crisis is not a partisan crisis. It's a than about crisis. I had a Republican gentlemen, aecom two weeks afterwards. And she said, you're exactly right. We're gonna fight bright vanity right now. And you said I didn't I hadn't voted for democrat before. But I'm from Florida, and I'm going.
"camp office" Discussed on KSRO
"Last night, they, would spend the night outside so I was on the early shift we would, watch movies, and then they. Were still a second movie and the kid's been anyone. That wanted to sleep outside to do so and so we're sitting on the porch. Of the camp office there and the kids are watching a movie and stuff, we hear a screech of. Brakes out on the. Highway next to the camp And what happened was a lady at clear. Lake and what's coming down the mountain I think about nine thirty at night And we all rushed. Out there 'cause we weren't on ship Because see what. Happened and see if we could help or anyone was injured and the first thing we heard her say was there was an old lady. In the middle, of the road for right to avoid her and she's like I think I and maybe not during the creek and a bunch of the. Camp counselor look with flashlights Couldn't find anything and I know Jim is big on validation and she had nothing to do. With the camp, and basically kinda just freaked out I I was glad we were going home the next day is interesting Nothing enough of that was enough for sure she she hit a ghost and you, know what the car just goes through a ghost doesn't it Jimmy yeah I would, say so but. That, see and again the the caller sounds maybe maybe they're familiar. With the show and thank you if you are and but I do love those validation stories where you get that back clobbering. Nation you know that yeah I'm not imagining this because someone saw sod or this happened I love this. Kind of we're. Gonna come back with final calls with Jim herald in a moment on coast to coast AM don't forget to watch our TV show, beyond.
"camp office" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio
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"camp office" Discussed on KOMO
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